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yeah im considering turning it around, maybe itll be louder....

1997 Pontiac Bonneville Black on Black on Black

15" DC Sound Labs Level 5 w/ quad coil in a T-Line tuned to 35 hz

7" Jensen VM9311TS Touch Screen Flip Out w/ J-Link

Blue Custom Trim

Blue Custom Fiberglass Rear Speaker Pods

Autotek Mean Machine MM2000.1

1/0 Knukonceptz KLMX

Rockford Fosgate Twisted RCA's

2 Audiopipe Anl fuse holders w/ 200A Kicker fuses

2nd battery (Soon to be an Odyssey D3100)

Dynamat Extreme Bulk Pack

Custom False Floor

15% Tint All Around

Custom Painted Stock Rims

My Build Log

Tailights

15" Lvl 5 DC T-Line Build

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Ripped out the old wire, replacing it with some Tsunami OFC 4 ga from scottiej (thanks man) here it is...

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Comparison of the new(red) and old(blue)

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All 25 ft ran

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The new wire will most likely serve as the charging wire for my second battery that's going in soon. If the old wire would be a better idea someone let me know cuz ill run that again, but the new wire has way more current running through it so ill be going with that for right now. Im making a battery box for it right now and i will post more pics of that too. I also will be doing a carpeted false floor because bonneville trunk floors suck a$$ and also im gonna give a shot at a new back deck with new 6x9's. Thanks for lookin

1997 Pontiac Bonneville Black on Black on Black

15" DC Sound Labs Level 5 w/ quad coil in a T-Line tuned to 35 hz

7" Jensen VM9311TS Touch Screen Flip Out w/ J-Link

Blue Custom Trim

Blue Custom Fiberglass Rear Speaker Pods

Autotek Mean Machine MM2000.1

1/0 Knukonceptz KLMX

Rockford Fosgate Twisted RCA's

2 Audiopipe Anl fuse holders w/ 200A Kicker fuses

2nd battery (Soon to be an Odyssey D3100)

Dynamat Extreme Bulk Pack

Custom False Floor

15% Tint All Around

Custom Painted Stock Rims

My Build Log

Tailights

15" Lvl 5 DC T-Line Build

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False floor went in today and a replacement for my shitty plastic back trim piece....here it it....

Where the magic happens...

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Box coming out

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Traced the old carpet

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Fits like a glove

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New trim piece

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First piece carpeted

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Done, lookin sexual

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My friend had these stickers made, my friend and mine own little team :) Team DTF gotta start somewhere

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1997 Pontiac Bonneville Black on Black on Black

15" DC Sound Labs Level 5 w/ quad coil in a T-Line tuned to 35 hz

7" Jensen VM9311TS Touch Screen Flip Out w/ J-Link

Blue Custom Trim

Blue Custom Fiberglass Rear Speaker Pods

Autotek Mean Machine MM2000.1

1/0 Knukonceptz KLMX

Rockford Fosgate Twisted RCA's

2 Audiopipe Anl fuse holders w/ 200A Kicker fuses

2nd battery (Soon to be an Odyssey D3100)

Dynamat Extreme Bulk Pack

Custom False Floor

15% Tint All Around

Custom Painted Stock Rims

My Build Log

Tailights

15" Lvl 5 DC T-Line Build

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Started fiberglassing box before all thread

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I have the all thread and the battery I will pick up tomorrow from my friend. Ill have more up probably tomorrow night or sunday night. Thanks for looking (even though nobody does lol)

1997 Pontiac Bonneville Black on Black on Black

15" DC Sound Labs Level 5 w/ quad coil in a T-Line tuned to 35 hz

7" Jensen VM9311TS Touch Screen Flip Out w/ J-Link

Blue Custom Trim

Blue Custom Fiberglass Rear Speaker Pods

Autotek Mean Machine MM2000.1

1/0 Knukonceptz KLMX

Rockford Fosgate Twisted RCA's

2 Audiopipe Anl fuse holders w/ 200A Kicker fuses

2nd battery (Soon to be an Odyssey D3100)

Dynamat Extreme Bulk Pack

Custom False Floor

15% Tint All Around

Custom Painted Stock Rims

My Build Log

Tailights

15" Lvl 5 DC T-Line Build

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Hoe do you like this head unit? I am trying to decide on a touch screen dvd, not sure if I want single DIN motorized, or go the double DIN one piece...... I like the Pioneer and the Alpine, but the cost is an issue.

- '97 Civic -

Pioneer DEH-4800MP

2 x Infinity Reference 311a

2 x Pioneer TS-W308D4

Pioneer TS-G1340R Mids

Audiobahn Highs

* - My Current Build Thread - *

Throwing systems together since 1998.

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whoa i didnt know i had any replies to this....lol

:clapping:

continue with the good work

waiting the test with the term lap :spiteful:

well i did a 138.7 on the termlab at the windsheild, hard to get pressure out of the trunk but it def. gets loud

looking really good was there allready a hole in the fire wall

no i drilled my own hole, looks professional though huh? lol jp

Hoe do you like this head unit? I am trying to decide on a touch screen dvd, not sure if I want single DIN motorized, or go the double DIN one piece...... I like the Pioneer and the Alpine, but the cost is an issue.

i love my touchscreen, its def. worth it. i like the flip out because when its in it doesnt look that appealing to someone who would try to steal it, but when it comes out... :clapping: it looks nice

1997 Pontiac Bonneville Black on Black on Black

15" DC Sound Labs Level 5 w/ quad coil in a T-Line tuned to 35 hz

7" Jensen VM9311TS Touch Screen Flip Out w/ J-Link

Blue Custom Trim

Blue Custom Fiberglass Rear Speaker Pods

Autotek Mean Machine MM2000.1

1/0 Knukonceptz KLMX

Rockford Fosgate Twisted RCA's

2 Audiopipe Anl fuse holders w/ 200A Kicker fuses

2nd battery (Soon to be an Odyssey D3100)

Dynamat Extreme Bulk Pack

Custom False Floor

15% Tint All Around

Custom Painted Stock Rims

My Build Log

Tailights

15" Lvl 5 DC T-Line Build

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its coming together nicely mang, keep up the work :D

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